What are the sources of data used for calculating the IHDI?

The IHDI relies on data on income/consumption and years of schooling from major publicly available databases, which contain micro data from national household surveys harmonized to common international standards: Eurostat’s European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions, the Luxembourg Income Study, the World Bank’s International Income Distribution Database, the United Nations Children’s Fund’s Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey, ICF Macro’s Demographic and Health Survey, the Socio-economic database for Latin America and the Caribbean (SEDLAC), and the United Nations University’s World Income Inequality Database. Inequality in the health dimension is computed from the abridged life tables from the United Nations Population Division. A list of surveys used for the 2019 IHDI estimation is given at http://hdr.undp.org/en/content/table-3-inequality-adjusted-human-development-index-ihdi .